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Patrick Wine

Patrick Wine
A graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder, Patrick supplemented his Cinema Studies and Moving Image Arts degree with a minor in Space; a program teaching students about the various roles space plays in numerous career fields. Having studied spacecraft design/operations under astronaut Jim Voss, astrophysics and cosmology from researchers at the forefront of the field, and space in art, Patrick aspires to share the wonders of the celestial heavens with people around the world. Having gained his passion for astronomy from his father, he hopes the articles he writes will inspire both young and old alike to gaze upon the ancient skies and discover our cosmic home.

Drawn to Life Like a Magnet

For more than a century, mankind has looked into the vastness of our solar system with hopes of discovering worlds that could not only...

Earth’s Evil Twin

The Goddess of Love. The Morning and Evening Star. The star of Wimbledon. Wait, wrong Venus. This mysterious planet has captivated the human race...

How to Sound Cool at a Party

Here’s the skinny of it. We all know that one person who can walk into any setting, from neon-colored house parties to fancy cocktail...

From Our Wallet, to Space, and Back

Since the inception of NASA by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1958, NASA and the funding thereof has been a relatively contentious topic. Not...

Life Exists in the Universe. Probably.

For thousands of years, humans have looked skyward in search of civilizations that could occupy planets within the vast emptiness of space. Yet, through...

What to See This Year: Photo Collection

The year 2020 has been a wild ride. From COVID-19 to elections and natural disasters, it’s safe to say most everyone is looking forward...

Titan Your Seatbelt. Aliens Ahead?

If you ask yourself, “what's the most pressing issue in the world of astronomy and astrophysics”, something I know all of you do, you'll...

The Extraterrestrial Bonfire

Breathe in. It’s the smell of a good ol’ fashioned bonfire in the Oklahoma countryside. The crisp autumn air glides blissfully over the crackling...

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